Past OK Go videos have featured everything from dancing dogs to an extraordinarily complex Rube Goldberg machine, but their latest clip for "The Writing's on the Wall" is stripped down — relatively speaking. The video — which we're premiering here today after a sneak peek earlier last week — features the band's four members moving through a Brooklyn lot, where a series of perspective illusions have been painted and prepared. In one shot, an arcing camera finds bassist Tim Nordwind's face in a pile of trash; in another, the song's title appears in real writing that forms what is revealed to be a fake wall. Everything you see is actually a trick of the eye.
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